The Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program
offers select Sewanee students the unique opportunity to spend a contiguous semester and summer of their undergraduate career at Yale Medical School. During their time at Yale, participants in the program take courses and pursue one or more extended research projects under the mentorship of dedicated Yale Medical School faculty members. Students are encouraged to pursue research that aligns with their interests while also making the most of the opportunity to explore new areas. Students receive academic credit for their semester at Yale and a modest stipend during the summer.
More information about this program is available from the website
, or from Karen Yu, Associate Professor of Psychology at Sewanee (email@example.com
) or Linda Mayes (C’73), M.D., Arnold Gesell Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and Professor of Epidemiology, of Pediatrics, and of Psychology at the Yale School of Medicine.